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with the "fiscal cliff," new taxes to help pay for the affordable healthcare act will take effect january 1. but the average american will not really see a difference in his bill to the irs. the wealthiest 2% of americans and the healthcare industry will pick up the majority of the tab. back to you. >> thank you. >>> now, ladies and gentlemen, time for the big story of the day. that is as per usual the weather and now the hardest working woman in showbiz. >> i have been working a lot lately. i know. yeah. the holidays, busy time. and if you are out and about traveling you know the rain has been a big issu the last few days. we'll get some brief dry breaks but we have heavier cells moving through. look over san francisco. everywhere you see that orange and yellow that's the heavier rain moving through actually through hayward right now if you are traveling the nimitz anytime in the near future. dublin-pleasanton socked in with rain. so the main cold front has already moved through. this is just unstable air behind it. cool and breezy throughout the afternoon finally drying out by overnight t
the work tomorrow. >> new taxes to pay for the affordable healthcare act will take effect january 1 but the average american won' see a difference. the wealthiest 2% of americans and had healthcare industry will pay the tab mostly. >>> the standard & poor's kay schiller national index of house sales shows prices are up 4.3% in october up from 3% annual gain in september. >>> starbucks has its own plan to encourage lawmakers to reach a "fiscal cliff" compromise. the coffee giant surging employees in some of its 120 washington area shops to write the words, come together on cups of java. let's send it back to you. >> thank you. >>> looks like shoppers just weren't in the holiday spirit this year. >> holiday sales growth was the weakest since 2008. one report put the increase at 0.7%. that's far below analysts' predictions of 3 to 4%. experts blamed superstorm sandy and the looming "fiscal cliff" for disrupting shopping. back to you. >> thank you, erica ferrari in new york. >>> and -- >> and -- >> go ahead. >>> holiday sales grew at a weak pace, weakest in four years. mastercard report
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in the field of healthcare or nursing from capella university, you'll have the knowledge to advance your career while making a difference in the lives of patients. let's get started at capella.edu. >>> here's a look at the weather >>> here's a look at the weather in some cities around the country. partly sunny in miami, 79. clouds and sun in chicago, 28. partly sunny in dallas, 47. mostly sunny in l.a., 68 degrees. >>> let's check your national forecast. the storm system stalled over the southeast and gulf coast. lake-effect snow showers are possible in northern and western new york. some areas could gets a much as 6 inches. it will be dry and chilly in the midwest and santa ana winds with blow through southern california with gusts up to 50 miles an hour. >>> in sports this morning lots of new year's day bowl games. in the orange bowl, northern illinois pulled a fake punch in the first. got them a first down. but the seminoles were too strong. lonnie pryor racked up a career-high 134 yards and two t.d.s and only five carries. florida state takes the orange bowl, 31-10 over the huskies. >>> to
want to back away or take charge? with a degree in the field of healthcare or nursing from capella university, you'll have the knowledge to advance your career while making a difference in the lives of patients. let's get started at capella.edu. >>> here's a look at the weather in some cities around the country. in new york mostly cloudy with snow flurries. 38 degrees. partly sunny in miami, 79. partly sunny in chicago, 22 degrees. mostly cloudy in dallas, 48. partly sunny in l.a., 64 degrees. >>> let's check your national forecast. much of the south will be rainy with temperatures in the 30s and 40s from the texas panhandle to the carolinas. but in the 70s along the gulf coast. in florida, the northeast will be mainly dry with light snow expected from west virginia to western new york. most of the midwest will be dry and cold as will most of the west. >>> in sports this morning clemson made a dramatic comeback in the chick-fil-a bowl. the tigers trailed lsu 24-13 going into the fourth. boyd hits deandre hopkins for the touchdown. clemson missed the two-point conversion. chandler c
. that would help families pay for tuition costs that continue to rise across the nation. and for healthcare providers who treat medicare patients, about $30 billion will be expected to help pay the costs for at least one more year. but what most of us will have to pay, the payroll tax for social security. it is going up 2% starting tomorrow and that means if you earn $100,000 a year, you'll pay an extra $2,000 next year out of your paycheck. so it is possible but not probable that the senate will voted. the house is scheduled to reconvene tomorrow at noon so we are definitely going over the "fiscal cliff." however, we have a little bit of a grace period. the markets are closed tomorrow for the holiday. and those spending cuts are scheduled for january 2. but still, not a lot of time to mitigate all the effects of the "fiscal cliff." i'm grace lee, cbs 5. >>> amazingly the stock market didn't step off a cliff. in fact, the dow ended higher today. supposedly based on hope that a deal would be reached. it closed out 2012 with a 7% gain. nasdaq and s&p 500 also ended higher. >>> new details ton
to rise across the nation. and for healthcare providers who treat medicare patients, about $30 billion will be expected to help pay the costs for at least one more year. but what most of us will have to pay, the payroll tax forestial security. it is going up 2 points starting tomorrow. and that means if you earn $100,000 a year, you will pay an extra $2,000 next year out of your paycheck. now, we're still baiting to hear details on the deal between the white house and the gop but what we do know is that we get a little bit of a reprieve because tomorrow is a holiday so the markets will be closed tomorrow and those spending cuts that are scheduled are not supposed to begin until january 2. so depending on the deal they reach later tonight, we'll see what happens. brian. >> thank you, grace lee. >>> there is another important deadline looming tonight for many americans who lost their homes to foreclosure. those who feel their banks didn't play by the rules have until midnight tonight to apply for an independent review. the program is part of a government settlement with 14 major lenders
thing down. >> president omaba's healthcare reform law had its day in court. the supreme court upheld the law. it will take up the issue of same sex marriage in 2013. after votes in maryland, maine and washington, same sex marriage is now legal in nine states. >> scandals kept washington buzzing. the exploits of the president's security detail in columbia cost 8 security services their job. david petraus resigned. >> i don't trust her. >> a group of gop senates threatened to block her nomination saying he misled the public about the attack in libya. >> there's going to be a massive fiscal cliff. >> in capitol hill the gridlock that defined the year turned into a stalemate over tax hikes and spending cuts that threatened to flung the economy back into recession. president omaba and john boehner failed to reach a deal before christmas. lawmakers left for the holiday with the country on the edge of the fiscal cliff. danielle nottingham, cbs news washington. >> it was quite a year. we've going to -- we're going to have more reviews in the last hour. at 8:45 we will take a look at the int
as you work your way off eastbound 92. i just checked in withing had healthcare and they are saying that parts of the right lane on east 92 between 880 and santa clara are also now seeing some flooding. so be careful there if you are heading off to the right side. if you exit jackson street off the east 92 area, one lane is shut down because of the flooding so it may start causing a bit of a backup through there, jackson street busy for the morning commute. this is in hayward. so avoid the area if you can. we'll continue to keep you updated on this and when lanes open. elsewhere, we are seeing some backup at the bay bridge toll plaza. metering lights are still off but you can see in those cash lanes, traffic is slow-and-go. some extra volume up the incline, as well. jumping to the maps, a new trouble spot to report in pittsburg on surface street blocking lanes at willow pass road and solano avenue an injury accident in the area. back to you. >> thank you. >>> time now 6:07. two people are dead after a driver crashed a car while trying to get away from police in san francisco's missi
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